[hur-kee-jur-kee] /ˈhɜr kiˈdʒɜr ki/
progressing in a fitfully jerky or irregular manner:
a herky-jerky home movie shown on an old projector.
Jerky; spasmodic; not smooth: bellow and quiver with those herky-jerky spasms/ herky-jerky instability of Shepard’s plays/ producing a herky-jerky style of governing (mid-1950s+)
[hurl] /hɜrl/ noun 1. a barb of a feather, used especially in dressing anglers’ flies. 2. an artificial fly dressed with a herl. /hɜːl/ noun (angling) 1. the barb or barbs of a feather, used to dress fishing flies 2. an artificial fly dressed with such barbs
[hur-luh-hee] /ˈhɜr lə hi/ noun 1. James Leo, 1927–93, U.S. playwright and novelist.
[hurm] /hɜrm/ noun 1. a monument consisting of a four-sided shaft tapering inward from top to bottom and bearing a head or bust; those of Hermes usually had an erect penis, which passersby stroked for luck. /hɜːm/ noun (pl) herms, hermae (ˈhɜːmiː), hermai (ˈhɜːmaɪ) 1. (in ancient Greece) a stone head of Hermes surmounting a […]
[hur-muh] /ˈhɜr mə/ noun, plural hermae [hur-mee] /ˈhɜr mi/ (Show IPA), hermai [hur-mahy] /ˈhɜr maɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. .